Richmond House is a beautiful Victorian building with a sweeping drive up towards the house and away from the road. The home overlooks the picturesque market town of Crieff and offers accommodation for eighteen residents. All rooms have wash-hand basins and thirteen have en-suite facilities. Each room is fully furnished but residents are welcome to have their own furniture, pictures and other items to give the room a personal feel.
The home is surrounded by a large garden which is tended to by our gardener. We also have a multi-sensory reminiscence garden at the rear of the house for residents to enjoy - this garden is fully secure. Included in this garden is a winding path, decorated with a variety of items for interest; raised beds; a summer house and a potting shed for residents who are 'green fingered'. The garden has something for everyone. Our cooks grow a range of herbs in the garden which are used to garnish home cooked meals.
The home was kindly donated to Crieff & District Nursing Association (later becoming Crieff &
District Auxiliary Association and following this it is now known as "Richmond House, Crieff").
It has operated as a care home for older adults for the last 52 years.
Our home is unique in that we are a charity-based - run for the benefit of our residents, not for profit.
We are a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) - more information on Richmond House's charitable status can be found on the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) website at www.oscr.org.uk
Providing care and support in
Crieff and Strathearn since 1898